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Provost Daniel Myers (left) and University President Michael Lovell (right) shake hands. Photo by Vale Cardenas.

Former provost Myers to take new role at American University

Aly Prouty, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal
December 17, 2018

Foxconn holds networking event in AMU

Rachel Kubik, Assistant News Editor
October 10, 2017
Marquette Responds: Peace and Protest

Marquette Responds: Peace and Protest

Rebecca Carballo, Assistant News Editor
November 15, 2016
Students stand in solidarity during Community of Feeling

Students stand in solidarity during Community of Feeling

Matthew Harte, Wire Reporter
November 10, 2016
Marquette has now switched to rolling admission, meaning after students submit their application and FAFSA, they can hear back with a decision within about three weeks. The decision that John Baworowsky, Vice Provost of Enrollment Management, said “gives a huge advantage to the student.”

Search for dean of undergraduate admissions begins, position announcement to come

Tricia Lindsey, General Assignment Reporter
April 28, 2016
Rebecca Zellelew, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences and member of YES, demonstrates solidarity with her undocumented classmates.

Undocumented

Clara Hatcher, Investigative Reporter
April 26, 2016
The university announced an increase of $1,330 for tuition during the 2017-2018 academic school year Jan. 23.

College of Professional Studies dean to leave Marquette after semester

Nicki Perry, Assistant News Editor
January 29, 2016

President Lovell delivers second presidential address filled with new anouncements

Jennifer Walter, Science & Technology Reporter
January 21, 2016
John Su named new vice provost for academic affairs

John Su named new vice provost for academic affairs

Natalie Wickman, Executive News Editor
December 3, 2015
New awards for one staff, one faculty member for diversity and equity efforts

New awards for one staff, one faculty member for diversity and equity efforts

Clara Hatcher, Religion & Social Justice Reporter
December 3, 2015
The Ad Hoc Coalition of and for Students of Color issued a set of demands to the university last April.
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Marquette has addressed some demands from the Ad Hoc Coalition of and for Students of Color

Clara Hatcher, Religion & Social Justice Reporter
November 19, 2015
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